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Registered Apprenticeship Programs: Labor Can Better Use Data to Target Oversight
Sigurd R. Nilsen (au)
Between 2002 & 2012 nearly 850,000 jobs will open in the construction industry; experts predict that there will not be enough skilled workers to fill them. This has heightened concerns about program outcomes & program quality in the nation’s apprenticeship system & the Dept. of Labor’s oversight of it. This report assessed: (1) the extent to which Labor monitors registered apprenticeship programs in the states where it has direct oversight; (2) its oversight activities in states that do their own monitoring; & (3) the outcomes for construction apprentices in programs sponsored by employers & unions in relation to programs sponsored by employers alone. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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